Christmas on Broadway Festive Combo

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  • Christmas on Broadway Festive Combo
  • Christmas on Broadway Festive Combo
  • Christmas on Broadway Festive Combo
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The ultimate coffee combo this Christmas

Our Christmas on Broadway combo showcases two of our most innovative coffees, the Broadway Blend and The Fields. Both of these coffees are rooted in London Fields — the Broadway Blend is the cafe's go to espresso for milky drinks, and The Fields is the more experimental second espresso option. Includes a vintage Climpson's cafe mug.

Flavour Profile

50%

El Martillo, El Salvador

50%

Finca La Cumbre, Guatemala

Region

Apaneca Ilamatepec

Region

Huehuetenango

Variety

Bourbon

Variety

Bourbon & Catuaí

Altitude

1,650 - 1,700 masl

Altitude

1,650 masl

Processing

Washed

Processing

Washed

Broadway Blend

We felt it was time to freshen up the Seasonal Espresso and we thought of no better way then connecting it to our humble beginning on Broadway Market. High-quality, complimentary, seasonal coffees will always be the ethos, with coffee changing throughout the year following the coffee harvest. Essentially the Broadway Blend is going to be all the good stuff that, we, at Climpson & Sons, love to drink!


The Details


Our Broadway Blend emphasises closer farm and import relationships with many of the same coffees selected each year for their unique representations of origin and terroir. The focus is on high quality, sustainable and complimentary coffees with the blend evolving with fresh harvest arrivals. Essentially, the Broadway Blend is composed of the coffees that our staff and loyal customers love to drink. This is our go-to balanced espresso on Broadway Market and pairs perfectly with milk.

The Story

The coffees from El Martillo are some of our all time favourites and this marks the fourth consecutive year we have purchased this washed lot. The coffee is grown in El Salvador’s mountain range of Apaneca Ilamatepec, Santa Ana, and El Martillo makes up part of the impressive Finca San Fransisco complex. The coffees are meticulously sorted and each lot is traceable to unique hillsides and sectors of the farm.

We last visited in 2016 and were amazed at the methodical approach to processing with this particular lot pulped and then soaked overnight before slowly drying on patios over two weeks. This process is more involved than many traditional washed methods but pays off with a cleaner and rounded flavour bringing smooth caramel and orange zest to the blend.

Located further north, in Guatemala's renowned region of Huehuetenango, Finca La Cumbre is another stand out each and every year. Producer Juan Bernardo has become a pioneer in expanding coffee production in the region where little coffee could previously grow at the colder higher altitudes. Curiously, the stark effects of climate change have actually helped make more of this land suitable for coffee production. The almost virgin soils reflects in the coffee with notes of sweet butterscotch and vanilla.



Our current Fields: Finca Sabanilla, Costa Rica

Flavour Profile

Boysenberry, Molasses, Cherry

Origin

Costa Rica

Region

Valle Central

Altitude

1,450 masl

Variety

Caturra & Catuai

Process

Natural

The Story

From Finca Sabanilla, this Natural “Perla Negra” lot of Caturra & Catuai varieties is dried with the coffee cherry still intact. The coffee is regularly turned each day resulting in a well managed and clean natural fermentation, a hallmark of Las Lajas processing. The final cup is adventurous and complex - almost the perfect Christmas coffee with rich flavour notes of cherries and boozy sugar sweetness.

The Details

The Las Lajas micromill is located in Sabanilla de Alajuela, within Costa Rica's Valle Central region. The mill processes the coffee grown on The Chacón's surrounding farms, inherited from their grandparents, and is infamous for offering a unique range of processing methods. With an earthquake in 2008 limiting their water supply Oscar and Francisca Chacón took inspiration from Brazilian producers and implemented natural and pulped-natural processes to immediate affect. Refining this approach further they now offer Yellow, Red & Black Honey lots as well as three different styles of natural process.

Regardless of the process, each lot starts with perfectly uniform cherries measured by Brix sugar content prior to picking. Naturals go straight to drying beds whilst the honey processes are pulped and then moved to the drying patios with their layer of mucilage intact.

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